Next Weeks schedule is:
Opening Day has arrived for the 2011 Summer Season! Don't miss any of your favorite team's games as the exciting 10 game season begins this Sunday, July 10th with 4 games.
Practices will be held throughout the offseason. Currently, we are having open practices on Wednesday at Kalama Park in Kihei at 4 pm and Makawao at Eddie Tam at 4 pm on Fridays for anyone intersted in staying in baseball shape or checking out the league.
The All-Star Game on June 12th in Kihei at Kalama Park. The game starts at 10 am. Come see if the South East team can get revenge on the North West team for last season's all-star game victory. Year end Awards will be announced immediately following the game along with a potluck barbaque at Kalama Park.
Also, offseason workouts start next week. Here is the initial schedule:
Scheduled Open Scrimmage Games. There will be a short practice starting at 9 am with the game starting at 10 am. Feel free to come even if you are late as you are welcome to join the game in progress.
Sunday 6/12 at Kihei @ 9:00 am.
Sunday 6/19 at Kihei @ 9:00 am.
Sunday 6/26 at Kihei @9:00 am.
Sunday 7/3 at Lahaina @ 9:00 am.
Monday 7/4 at Kihei @ 2:00 pm.
Practices will be held throughout the offseason. Currently, we are having open practices on Wednesday at Kalama Park in Kihei at 4 pm for anyone intersted in staying in baseball shape or checking out the league.
The 2011 Summer Season starts July 10th! Here is a draft of the schedule. Some dates and times will change if the Stadium becomes available.
The Central Rays became the first team to win 3 straight Championships with a 3-1 victory over the West Maui Brewers. The Rays took both games of the series by coming back and taking the lead in their final inning of both games. Both tightly contested championship games showcased dominating pitching for both teams and timely hitting with the tying or go ahead run coming to the plate in almost every inning. The series also marked the 7th straight time a 3 game playoff series has not needed a decisive 3rd game.
As voted on by your fellow players, the 2011 Spring Season All-Star Rosters have been released. Click for the complete All-Star roster.
Mark your calendars and come enjoy the All-Star Game on June 12th in Kihei at Kalama Park. The game starts at 10 am. Come see if the South East team can get revenge on the North West team for last season's all-star game victory. Year end Awards will be announced immediately following the game along with a potluck barbaque at Kalama Park.
Please note that the Board of Directors or Commissioner had no say in forming the teams other than to tally the votes and count as one of the 30 players that voted.
The first game of the Championship series lived up to the hype with the go ahead or tying run at the plate in every inning. The Central Rays pulled out a come from behind 4 to 3 victory on a one-out 2 run single by Wesson Furomoto in the bottom of the 9th inning. The West Maui Brewers look to sweep the double header next Sunday, June 5th, win the championship and stop the potential threepeat by the defending champion Rays. The action all starts in Lahaina at 9 am.
Championship Series set as defending champion Central Rays and West Maui Brewers sweep their first round opponents. Game 1 is this Sunday, May 29th, in Lahaina at 9 am. The following Sunday, June 5th, will be the final two games starting at 9 am in Lahaina.
Don't miss any of the action as the three month long season comes to an exciting close!
Na Koa Ikaika exhibition game set for Saturday, May 21st at 1pm in Iron Maehara Stadium
An Exhibition Game versus Na Koa Ikaika is set for this Saturday May 21st at Iron Maehara Stadium starting at 1 pm with warm-ups at noon. We will plan to have an 18 player roster and will select the team by going down from the highest all-star vote receiver until we fill the roster. Check your email and respond right away if you are contacted to be on the roster.
Everyone is welcome to come out and watch the game so please come out and support the league with your family and friends and help cheer us on! It will be a lot of fun and a great baseball community event.
Centipede Victory sets Playoff Schedule
The Kihei Centipedes clinched the division and the first place seed with the victory over the Upcountry Dirtbags Saturday. The playoffs begin Sunday, May 15th in Lahaina with a rematch of last season's championship series, the 2nd seed Central Rays facing the 3rd seed Lahaina Warriors at 9am. The1st seed Centipedes take on the 4th seed West Maui Brewers at noon. The North Shore Navigators vs. Southside Mariners will be played at 3 pm to make up for the rain out last Saturday.
Here is the complete first round playoff schedule with the 1st place team choosing to play the potential doubleheader in Makawao.
Due to weather and limited field availability, Week 12 saw the first ever rain out in MABL history with the North Shore Navigators challenging the Southside Mariners postponed until May 15th at 3pm in Lahaina. The Kihei Centipedes clinched their first ever division title with a hard fought victory over the Upcountry Dirtbags with an 8th inning rally to snap a 6 to 6 tie.
Week 11 saw the playoff seeding get a little bit clearer, but it will not be settled until the final game of the season. The Central Rays victory over the West Maui Brewers assured that the Rays will finish as either the #1 or #2 seed and the Brewers Cinderella story, attempting to go from last place to first place fell short with the loss, locking the Brewers in as the #4 or #3 seed. The Lahaina Warriors victory over the North Shore Navigators locked the Warriors into either the #2 or #3 seed. It will all be decided this Saturday after the 3pm game in Makawao with the Kihei Centipedes face off against the Upcountry Dirtbags. The Dirtbags are coming off a victory over the Southside Mariners.
The West Maui Brewers moved into sole possession of first place in Week 10 with their victory over the North Shore Navigators coupled with the Central Rays victory over the Lahaina Warriors. The Brewers are looking to become the first team in MABL history to go from a last place finish to first the following season! The Kihei Centipedes kept their hopes of a first place finish alive with a victory over the Southside Mariners staying half a game back, tied with the Rays.
With Easter Sunday coming up next week, all teams will have a bye week. A scrimmage game for anyone interested will be held on Easter Sunday, 4/24, in Kihei at Kalama Park with the practice game starting at 10am with warm-ups at 9 am.
The race to the playoffs continues in Lahaina the following Sunday, May 1st, with the Navigators taking on the Warriors at 9 am, then the Mariners square off against the Dirtbags and the battle for first place between the Rays and Brewers starts at 3 pm. Don't miss the exciting action as the Spring 2011 Season starts to come to a close with two weeks left.
Also it was announced that the Summer 2011 Season will open July 11th. More details coming soon...
With the Rays and Centipedes victory coupled with the Dirtbags loss, the playoff picture became set with the top four teams locked into playoff spots in Week 9. The Rays, Centipedes, Brewers and Warriors only have half a game seperating first place and fourth place. The Dirtbags lost a tight game to the Warriors 4-3 which had the tying run on in almost every inning of the game. The Centipedes and Rays rode excellent pitching for victories over the Brewers and Mariners. Up next week April 17th in Lahaina, the home town battle of the two Kihei teams kicks off at 9am with the Mariners vs. the Centipedes, followed by the Brewers against the Navigators at noon and the Warriors vs. the Rays at 3pm.
The playoff race got a little bit tighter in Week 8 with only a game and a half separating 1st and 4th place and the Upcountry Dirtbags closing in at a game and a half back of the final two playoff spot. The West Maui Brewers moved into sole possession of first place and became the first team to clinch a playoff berth with their victory over the rival Lahaina Warriors. The Central Rays and Kihei Centipedes pulled into a tie for 3rd place with the Centipedes win in the bottom of the 9th inning. The Upcountry Dirtbags moved closer to 3rd and 4th place with an 8-5 victory over the North Shore Navigators, which saw the tying run at the plate in the bottom of the 9th inning.
Next Sunday, April 10th the games move upcountry to Makawao with the Warriors taking on the Dirtbags at home at 9 am, the Mariners facing the Rays after their bye week at Noon and the Brewers versus the Centipedes at 3pm. Don’t miss any of the exciting action as the intensity and ramps up as we get closer to the postseason!
Week 7 was a perfect overcast day in Lahaina that saw the West Maui Brewers move into a tie for first place on their bye week with the Central Rays defeating the Lahaina Warriors. The Kihei Centipedes and Southside Mariners earned victories over the Upcountry Dirtbags and North Shore Navigators. Next Sunday, April 3rd the games stay in Lahaina with the Centipedes against the Rays at 9am, the Brewers versus the Warriors in a battle for first place at noon and the Dirtbags taking on the Navigators at 3pm. Don’t miss any of the exciting action as we approach the reach the midpoint of the season!
Episode VII of "Maui Adult Baseball TV" show cases a great game between the Central Rays and West Maui Brewers.
Episode VI of "Maui Adult Baseball TV" shows off the game between the Upcountry Dirtbags vs. the North Shore Navigators.
Week 5 was a beautiful post-Tsunami day in Makawao that had the West Maui Brewers, Upcountry Dirtbags and Central Rays earn victories over the Kihei Centipedes, North Shore Navigators and the Southside Mariners. Next Sunday, March 20th the games move to Lahaina with the Mariners against the Dirtbags at 9am, the Rays versus the Brewers in a battle for second place at noon and the Warriors taking on the Navigators at 3pm. Don’t miss any of the exciting action as we approach the reach the midpoint of the season!
Week 4 saw some movement in the standings with the Central Rays, West Maui Brewers and Lahaina Warriors getting victories over the North Shore Navigators, Southside Mariners and Kihei Centipedes. The teams played through some unusual weather with a game 1 15 minute rain delay and then scorching hot for the 3pm game. Next Sunday, March 13th games move to Makawao with the Centipedes battle with the Brewers at 9 am followed by the Dirtbags facing the Navigators at Noon then the Rays take on the Mariners at 3pm.
Practice Note: The 4pm Open Practice at Kalama Park will be moved from Wednesday to Tuesday starting next Tuesday, March 15th due to field availability for the foreseeable future.
Episode V of "Maui Adult Baseball TV" includes league updates, current standings, last weeks scores and the Game of the Week highlights of the Kihei Centipedes vs. the Lahaina Warriors. aying the games! ENJOY!
Episode IV of "Maui Adult Baseball TV" is out! In the new "Getting to Know" section you can see that the players are more than just high priced, professional athletes who work all week just to feel like kids on Sunday. And of course it includes game highlights and Shout Outs. We hope you enjoy. Check back weekly for new episodes!
Week 3 saw the Kihei Centipedes, Lahaina Warriors and West Maui Brewers earn victories over the Southside Mariners, Upcountry Dirtbags and North Shore Navigators. Next Sunday, March 6th, we return to Lahaina with the Rays taking on the Navigators at 9 am followed by the Brewers facing the Mariners at Noon then the Centipedes battle with the Warriors at 3pm.
This week Episode III of "Maui Adult Baseball TV" includes the ever popular "Shout-Outs!" segment to go along with featured game highlights and the standings after two weeks. We hope you enjoy. Check back weekly for new episodes!
Week 2 ended up being a perfect Sunday to play baseball in Makawao with the sun shining and a nice cool breeze. The Central Rays, Kihei Centipedes and Lahaina Warriors earned victories over the Upcountry Dirtbags, North Shore Navigators and the West Maui Brewers.
Don't miss any of the excitement as Week 3 moves back to Lahaina with a home town rivalry of the Kihei Centipedes against the Southside Mariners at 9 am followed by the Upcountry Dirtbags taking on the Lahaina Warriors at Noon then the North Shore Navigators face off against the West Maui Brewers at 3pm.
Brewer's Rede Eder emphasizes Play-Hard-or-Don't-Play-At-All while doing his best Dirtbag impression.
We hope you enjoy Episode II of "Maui Adult Baseball TV"! Stay tuned for upcoming shows as we will be featuring our "Shout-Outs!" segment soon.
Opening Day turned out to be a wild, exciting day with the West Maui Brewers and Lahaina Warriors pulling out victories over the Upcountry Dirtbags and the Southside Mariners and the Central Rays and Kihei Centipedes ended in a hard fought 8 to 8 tie after time expired. Don't miss any of the action as Week 2 kicks off in Makawao with the Upcountry Dirtbags taking on the Central Rays at 9am then the Kihei Centipedes battle the North Shore Navigators at Noon and the final game showcases the two Lahaina teams, the West Maui Brewers against the Lahaina Warriors at 3pm. Click on the links for the latest game recap and boxscores plus check out the updated 2011 Spring Season season statistics and your favorite player's career statistics.
Just in time for Opening Day, check out the production of the first episode of the new weekly show Maui Adult Baseball TV featuring the MABL and it's players. In this episode we sit down with league founder Dave Gold, and commissioner Paul Skarbo to talk story about the Maui Adult Baseball League, it's history, it's growth and the upcoming Spring 2011 season.
Opening Day for the Spring 2011 Season is this Sunday, February 13th in Lahaina! The games start off with the Upcountry Dirtbags taking on the West Maui Brewers at 9am, then the Lahaina Warriors face off against the Southside Mariners at Noon and the final game has the Kihei Centipedes challenging the defending champion Central Rays at 3 pm. Don't miss any of the exciting action of this 10 game, 7 team action packed season and see which team will step up to try and unseat the two time defending champion Central Rays!
We are still looking for Sponsors for this season. Click here to download the new form. Please make sure to support those companies that have chosen to support the league!
Current Players please make sure you have filled out a Waiver Form and have reveiwed the Rules before the first game. If you have previously filled out the waiver form there is no need to do it again. Click here to download the waiver form.
Practices will be held throughout the regular season and are open to anyone interested in working on your skills or checking out the league. Currently, we are having open practices on:
The Spring 2011 Season Schedule has been released! Week 1 opens on February 13th and runs through Week 12 on May 8th. The Playoffs will be from May 15th to June 5th. Click here to view the full schedule or download it in color or black & white.
Breaking News...Expansion is coming again for the upcoming season! Due to demand, a 7th team will be added for the upcoming season set to start February 13th. Make sure to be a part of the Maui Adult Baseball League, which has grow by over 250% within the first year and a half. If you are thinking about joining the league, please come out to one of the free practices or one of the scrimmage games. I promise you won't be disappointed!
The 2010 Summer Season All-Star Game was won by the early offensive attack of the Northwest All-Star squad over the Southeast All-Star squad 8 to 2. The Northwest team relied on its strong defense and pitching over the final 7 innings. The Southeast team put zeros on the scoreboard after the second inning but managed only 2 runs for the game. Click for the box score and also the complete All-Star roster.
Don't forget to come out this Saturday, November 20th at 9am to the Saturday Open Scrimmage game. This week will be at the Lahaina field.
The Central Rays became the first team to win back-to-back MABL Championships! The Rays earned a doubleheader sweep with 2 nail biting one run victories over the Lahaina Warriors to win the best of 3 game series 2-0 with a 7-6 victory in Game 1 and 3-2 victory in Game 2. Click for the latest game recap and boxscores. Also check out the final 2010 Summer Season playoff standing, playoff statistics, and regular season statistics. You can also see your favorite players career numbers on the career statistics page.
We want to send a big Mahalo to all our wonderful sponsors this season; Maui Brewing Company, Lance Migita-Insurance Agent, Tradewinds Appraisals, Kihei Sporting Goods and Serpico's. Please support those that have supported the league!
We also want to send a big Mahalo to our umpires who did a great job all season!
Regular Season Awards for the Summer 2010 Season were announced as voted on by fellow players:
Most Valuable Player - Lance Migita, Central Rays
Cy Young Award - Dave Perzinski, Upcountry Dirtbags
Rookie of the Year - Blake Moore, Kihei Centipedes
Manager of the Year - Dave Gold, Central Rays
Gold Glove - Paul Skarbo, Kihei Centipedes
Most Improved - Dave Harry, Central Rays
The 2010 Summer Season All-Star Rosters, as voted on by the players, have been released. Click for the complete All-Star roster.
Mark your calendars and come enjoy the All-Star Game on November 7th in Lahaina at 10 am and see if the North West team or the South East team will come out on top for bragging rights before the winter offseason arrives.
The Central Rays and Lahaina Warriors mounted late inning comebacks to take the first game of the three game series with the Southside Mariners and the Kihei Centipedes. Don't miss the double header action next Sunday! In Lahaina, the Warriors face off against the Centipedes with the first game of the double header at 9am. The Rays battle with the Mariners at the Maui High field at 9 am. The second game of the double header is if needed for the best of three game first round and starts 30 minutes after the end of the first game.
Click for the latest game recap and boxscores. Also check out the updated 2010 Summer Season playoff standing, playoff statistics, and regular season statistics. You can also see your favorite players career numbers on the career statistics page.
Regular Season Awards for Season 3 were announced as voted on by fellow players:
Most Valuable Player - Travis Garen, Central Rays
Cy Young Award - Albert Kiyus, Central Rays
Rookie of the Year - Sean Pilarski, Central Rays
Manager of the Year - Rai Johnson, West Maui Brewers
Gold Glove - Rich Doster, Upcountry Dirtbags
Most Improved - Paul Skarbo, Southside Mariners